Representation and Feedback
Being part of UCL's doctoral community means being engaged in a dialogue with us about your experience at UCL - letting us know what you particularly value and things that you would like to see improved. Research students have different needs to other communities of students, in some ways much closer to early career research staff. It's important that your voices help shape and influence the work of departments, faculties, and UCL as a whole.
There are many more or less informal ways of letting us know your views, for example by speaking to your supervisory team and members of your departmental, faculty and Professional Services staff (your Departmental Graduate Tutors or departmental administrative staff for example). There are also structured and formal ways of feeding in your views to the way UCL works and supports research students.